The posters needed to be produced to A3 size. This allowed plenty of room for sectioning up the page into four quarters, each for a different aspect of the analysis. I colour-coordinated the four letters of 'PACT' with the four sections to make it easier to follow, and for aesthetics. Ideas were grouped and tied together in mind map format, each branching out from the centre, with general concepts moving to specific ideas as the branch moves outwards towards the edge of the page.
The whole idea of the analysis was was to aid in meeting the needs of the end user by considering the surrounding aspects of the object's use, in this case a television remote. The benefits of an analysis like this may be more obviously apparent in a field such as product design, but I was able to see that having a framework for setting out your ideas and research could also be useful in the field of web design. If nothing else, the principle of putting the user first when designing anything has remained impressed upon me.